Coronavirus Update: Event postponed.
The University of Findlay has been in close contact with Governor DeWine’s Office regarding the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) in order to ensure that we have the most current information about the evolving situation. Even though there are no campus-associated cases of COVID-19, we will be proactive in our effort to prevent illness and promote a healthful campus environment.
With these proactive measures in mind, we are postponing this event.
The University of Findlay has established a Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Information web page to provide specific guidance for the University community along with up-to-date information.
Public educational series offered in collaboration with 50 North
New presentations the first Wednesday of each month at 1 p.m.
Ask the Professor is a free public educational series co-hosted by University of Findlay's College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS) and 50 North in Findlay. The series highlights a wide variety of human-interest topics presented by CAHSS faculty members in hopes to provide a community-wide opportunity to continue to learn and be informed of current events and topics, regionally, nationally, and locally.
The public is welcome to attend with advance registration required to attend by contacting 50 North, located at 339 East Melrose Avenue at the corner of Melrose and North Blanchard. For further information, please call 419-423-8496. All presentations are free.
Anne Beekman, Associate Professor of Graphic Design “Foul Ball! Native American Iconography in Professional Sports Branding.”
Since the 1960s there has been controversy surrounding the use of indigenous names, caricatures, and symbols by sports teams. This presentation will examine the history and ethics of using cultural imagery in athletic logos.
Dr. Andrea Mata, Associate Professor of Psychology
"The Power of Maintaining High Quality Relationships"
Dr. Allison Kiefner-Burmeister, Assistant Professor of Psychology
"Deceptively Unhealthy Foods: How the Food Industry Psychologically Manipulates the Public to Spend More and Eat Worse"
Dr. Jennifer Fennema-Bloom, Chair of Language and Culture
Greg Mott, Director of Intensive English Language Program
Do you know your neighbors? The world at your doorstep.
Anne Beekman, Associate Professor of Graphic Design
“Foul Ball! Native American Iconography in Professional Sports Branding.”